The Sonic Bloom

Nov 25, 2021 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM

With Esoterica

Happy Thanksgiving!

Today we are exploring Los Angeles where we will listen to jazz, punk, and pop. CHAT will be open for one hour!;) Enjoy the holiday!

The Sonic Bloom
12:00 PM
Lalo Schifrin - Main Title
Lalo Schifrin Main Title Lalo Schifrin
1972 Parlophone UK 2001
12:03 PM
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12:05 PM
Black Flag - TV Party
Black Flag TV Party Black Flag
Damaged SST Records 1981
12:11 PM
Suicidal Tendencies - Institutionalized
Suicidal Tendencies Institutionalized Suicidal Tendencies
Suicidal Tendencies Frontier 1983
12:14 PM
45 Grave - Evil
45 Grave Evil 45 Grave
Only the Good Die Young Ryko/Rhino 1989
originally from 1983! During 1979-1990 in Los Angeles, the band was born in the chaos of the Punk movement and churned out their own brand of Ghoul Rock that later was labeled the Deathrock / Gothic genre. In the beginning, the original lineup consisted of Dinah Cancer - vocals Paul Cutler - guitar
12:17 PM
Fishbone - Party At Ground Zero
Fishbone Party At Ground Zero Fishbone
Fishbone - EP Columbia 1985
Started in 1979, featuring the Fisher brothers, and Angelo Moore on vocals and sax!
12:23 PM
Psi Com & Perry Farrell - Xiola
Psi Com & Perry Farrell Xiola N
Xiola - Single Last Man Music 2020
12:29 PM
Redd Kross - Standing in Front of Poseur
Redd Kross Standing in Front of Poseur Redd Kross N
Red Cross Merge Records 2020
12:31 PM
The Seeds - Intro : March of the Flower Children
The Seeds Intro : March of the Flower Children The Seeds
Future - [Disc 1] GNP Crescendo Records 2013
Originally released in 1967.
12:32 PM
Davie Allan & The Arrows - The Devil's Rumble
Davie Allan & The Arrows The Devil's Rumble Davie Allan & The Arrows
Devil's Rumble: Anthology '64 - 68 Curb Records 2017
12:32 PM
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12:37 PM
The Electric Prunes - Get Me to the World On Time
The Electric Prunes Get Me to the World On Time The Electric Prunes
Electric Prunes Rhino/Warner Records 1967
12:40 PM
Oingo Boingo - Only a Lad
Oingo Boingo Only a Lad Oingo Boingo
Only A Lad A&M 1981
12:44 PM
The Bangles - If She Knew What She Wants
The Bangles If She Knew What She Wants The Bangles
Different Light Columbia 1985
Inspired by The Ramones and other punk bands, Hoffs founded the Bangs with Debbi and Vicki Peterson. After recording their first album, the night before it was pressed they learned of a legal claim by an East Coast boy band, called "The Bangs," requiring a sudden change of name, so the "Bangs" morphed into the "Bangles."
12:47 PM
The Beach Boys - You Still Believe In Me
The Beach Boys You Still Believe In Me The Beach Boys
Pet Sounds (40th Anniversary) Capitol Records 2006
Originally released in 1966!
12:50 PM
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12:53 PM
Art Pepper - Patricia (Live)
Art Pepper Patricia (Live) Art Pepper N
Unreleased Art Pepper, Vol. 11: Atlanta Widow's Taste 2021
Born in Gardena, Califronia, he began playing clarinet at nine, switched to alto sax at 13 and immediately began jamming at Central Avenue in L.A.
1:08 PM
Eric Dolphy - Something Sweet, Something Tender
Eric Dolphy Something Sweet, Something Tender Eric Dolphy
Out to Lunch Blue Note Records 2012
1:13 PM
Curtis Counce - How Deep is the Ocean
Curtis Counce How Deep is the Ocean Curtis Counce
The Very Best Of Master Classics Records 2010
Released by Counce in 1957. "How Deep Is the Ocean " is a popular song written by Irving Berlin in 1932. The song was developed from an earlier Berlin song "To My Mammy" which was sung by Al Jolson in his film Mammy (1930). In the earlier song, the lyrics include the questions "How deep is the ocean? / How high is the sky?" and this was the genesis of "How Deep Is the Ocean?
1:15 PM
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1:20 PM
Barney Kessel, Shelly Manne & Ray Brown - You Go To My Head
Barney Kessel, Shelly Manne & Ray Brown You Go To My Head
The Poll Winners Fantasy Records 1957
Sheldon Manne (June 11, 1920 – September 26, 1984), professionally known as Shelly Manne, was an American jazz drummer. Most frequently associated with West Coast jazz, he was known for his versatility and also played in a number of other styles, including Dixieland, swing, bebop, avant-garde jazz and fusion, as well as contributing to the musical background of hundreds of Hollywood films and television programs. John Frederick Coots was an American songwriter. He composed over 700 popular songs and over a dozen Broadway shows. In 1934, Coots wrote the melody with his then chief collaborator, lyricist Haven Gillespie, for the biggest hit of either man's career, "Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town."
1:28 PM
Harry Nilsson - One
Harry Nilsson One Harry Nilsson
Aerial Ballet RCA/Legacy 1968
1:30 PM
Agent Orange - Miserlou
Agent Orange Miserlou Agent Orange
Living In Darkness (40th Anniversary Edition) Posh Boy Records 2018
1:31 PM
Zolar X - Space Age Love
Zolar X Space Age Love Zolar X
Timeless Alternative Tentacles 2004
Legendary band with space alien langauge who played at Rodney Bingenheimer's English Disco in the 70s.
1:34 PM
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1:41 PM
The Monkees - Daydream Believer
The Monkees Daydream Believer The Monkees
The Birds, The Bees & the Monkees Rhino 1968
1:44 PM
The Flesheaters - Twisted Road (Pt. 2)
The Flesheaters Twisted Road (Pt. 2) The Flesheaters
No Questions Asked
The Flesh Eaters are an American punk rock band, formed in Los Angeles, California, United States, in 1977. They are the most prominent of the bands which have showcased the compositions and singing of their founder, punk poet Chris Desjardins, best known as Chris D. While Desjardins is the group's only continual member, the Flesh Eaters' lineup has drawn from some of the most famous bands of the L.A. punk scene, such as the Plugz, X, the Blasters, and Los Lobos.
1:46 PM
Saccharine Trust - I Am Right
Saccharine Trust I Am Right Saccharine Trust
Paganicons SST Records 1981
1:48 PM
Tanganyika - Tanganyika
Tanganyika Tanganyika Tanganyika
Johnny Otis Presents Tanganyika (feat. Chico Hamilton, Jimmy Hall, Curtis Counce, John Anderson & Gerald Wiggins) Johnny Otis World LLC 2009
Tanganyika (subtitled Modern Afro-American Jazz) is an album by multi-instrumentalist and composer Buddy Collette recorded at sessions in late 1956 and released on Johnny Otis' short-lived Dig label.
1:52 PM
Stan Getz - East of the Sun (And West of the Moon)
Stan Getz East of the Sun (And West of the Moon) Stan Getz
West Coast Jazz Verve 1999
Stan Getz recorded it in 1955, and it was featured as the first track on his seminal double album West Coast Jazz. One of the most popular recordings was by Louis Armstrong, featured in his 1958 album Louis Under the Stars.
1:58 PM
Art Pepper - Straight Life
Art Pepper Straight Life Art Pepper
'Round Midnight Nerja Productions 2014
Straight Life is a 1979 jazz album by saxophonist Art Pepper playing with Tommy Flanagan, Red Mitchell, Billy Higgins and Kenneth Nash.
2:03 PM
Art Pepper & Chet Baker - Younger than Springtime
Art Pepper & Chet Baker Younger than Springtime
The Route Capitol Records 1989
"Younger Than Springtime" is a show tune from the 1949 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical South Pacific. It has been widely recorded as a jazz standard.
2:10 PM
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2:13 PM
The Plimsouls - A Million Miles Away (Live)
The Plimsouls A Million Miles Away (Live) The Plimsouls
Live! Beg, Borrow & Steal (October 31, 1981 Whisky A Go Go) Alive Naturalsound 2010
2:17 PM
Black Flag - Black Coffee
Black Flag Black Coffee Black Flag
Slip It In SST Records 1984
2:20 PM
T.S.O.L. - Silent Scream
T.S.O.L. Silent Scream T.S.O.L.
Dance With Me Nitro Records (Concord) 2007
Released in 1981! T.S.O.L. is an American punk rock band formed in 1978 in Long Beach, California. Although most commonly associated with hardcore punk, T.S.O.L.'s music has varied on each release, including such styles as deathrock, art punk, horror punk and other varieties of punk music.
2:23 PM
Celebrity Skin - Celebrity
Celebrity Skin Celebrity Celebrity Skin
Good Clean Fun Triple X Records 1991
Born of the ashes of Darby Crash's death, Don Bolles helped start this post-punk, glam outfit. Jason Shapiro of Redd Kross was the guitarist of Celebrity Skin (check out my interview with Jason on @mixcloud)
2:27 PM
Rage Against the Machine - The Ghost of Tom Joad
Rage Against the Machine The Ghost of Tom Joad Rage Against the Machine R
Renegades Epic 2000
Going out to Mr. M! Rage Against the Machine is an American rock band from Los Angeles, California. Formed in 1991, the group consists of vocalist Zack de la Rocha, bassist and backing vocalist Tim Commerford, guitarist Tom Morello, and drummer Brad Wilk.
2:28 PM
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2:38 PM
The Runaways - Queens of Noise
The Runaways Queens of Noise The Runaways
Queens of Noise Island Def Jam 2010
2:41 PM
Paul Williams - An Old Fashioned Love Song
Paul Williams An Old Fashioned Love Song Paul Williams
I'm Going Back There Someday AIX Records 2006
Now living in Huntington Beach, one of our songwriting heroes! He is known for writing and co-writing popular songs performed by a number of acts in the 1970s, including Three Dog Night's "An Old Fashioned Love Song" and "Out in the Country", Helen Reddy's "You and Me Against the World", David Bowie's "Fill Your Heart" and the Carpenters' "We've Only Just Begun" and "Rainy Days and Mondays".
2:44 PM
Ritchie Valens - Donna
Ritchie Valens Donna Ritchie Valens
Best of Ritchie Valens Astorg Records 2011
Released December 1958. RIP one of our Angeleno heroes, Ritchie Valens.
2:45 PM
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2:47 PM
Clora Bryant - This Can't Be Love
Clora Bryant This Can't Be Love Clora Bryant
...Gal With a Horn VSOP Records 1985
Originally from 1957! Although one of the band's lead soloists, Bryant nevertheless transferred to UCLA in late 1945 after her father landed a job in Los Angeles; there she first encountered the fledgling bebop sound, and began jamming with a series of small groups in the Central Avenue area. In the summer of 1946 Bryant joined the all-female Sweethearts of Rhythm, earning her union card and quitting school soon after. Around this time she befriended Gillespie, who not only offered her opportunities to perform with his band but also served as Bryant's mentor for the remainder of his life. When the Queens of Swing lost their drummer, Bryant rented a drum kit and won the job, touring with the group until 1951, at which time she returned to L.A. and to the trumpet, backing Billie Holiday and Josephine Baker during their respective performances at the Club Alabam.
2:53 PM
Big Jay McNeely - Big Jay Shuffle
Big Jay McNeely Big Jay Shuffle Big Jay McNeely
Nervous Big Jay McNeely Masters 2009
King of the Honers (tenor sax) Went to Jefferson High School. Big Jay McNeely performed for the famed fifth Cavalcade of Jazz concert held at Wrigley Field in Los Angeles produced by Leon Hefflin, Sr. on July 10, 1949. It was at this concert that McNeely and Lionel Hampton got into a showdown that resulted in pillows being thrown along with other items. His recording of "Blow Big Jay Blow" catapulted him into National prominence. McNeely and his Orchestra would come back to Los Angeles, to perform at the eleventh Cavalcade of Jazz on July 24, 1955 along with Lionel Hampton's Orchestra.
2:56 PM
The Penguins - Earth Angel
The Penguins Earth Angel The Penguins
Earth Angel - 1954-1960 Jasmine Records 2011
The Penguins The original members of The Penguins were Cleveland Duncan (July 23, 1935 – November 7, 2012), Curtis Williams (December 11, 1934 – August 10, 1979), Dexter Tisby (March 10, 1935 – May 2019) and Bruce Tate (January 27, 1937 – June 20, 1973).[2] Duncan and Williams were former classmates at Fremont High School in Los Angeles, California,[4] and Williams had become a member of The Hollywood Flames.
2:58 PM
Vernon Green & The Medallions - Buick '59
Vernon Green & The Medallions Buick '59 Vernon Green & The Medallions
Speedin' Ace Records 2013
Chat is archived.
Esoterica (host) 12:00:26 PM
happy thanksgiving!
Esoterica (host) 12:00:36 PM
i am here for one hour to chat!
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:07:39 PM
DJ Esoterica!!
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:07:50 PM
Brian D 12:08:15 PM
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:08:30 PM
I am here for all three hours! Better change yer plans!
Brian D 12:08:31 PM
Esoterica (host) 12:08:34 PM
happy thanksgiving, bri and mr. m!
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:09:04 PM
Happy Thanksgiving, Brian D!
Esoterica (host) 12:09:22 PM
haha ok, mr. m:) I wasn't even going to be here to chat but my kids are still sleepoing! haha teeneagers
Esoterica (host) 12:09:46 PM
*forgive my typos. i am the worst
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:09:58 PM
Wake up! Mom is COOL!
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:10:43 PM
Stevie P, are you at work?!? Liar!!
Esoterica (host) 12:11:21 PM
Brian D 12:11:51 PM
Happy Days to all!
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:11:52 PM
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:12:10 PM
Esoterica (host) 12:12:11 PM
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:12:53 PM
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:13:06 PM
Great start to the show!!
DubNP 12:13:14 PM
Wore this record out back in the day.
Esoterica (host) 12:13:24 PM
me, too, dubnp!
Esoterica (host) 12:13:41 PM
I'm not on drugs, I'm just thinking.
Esoterica (host) 12:13:44 PM
love bthat
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:13:45 PM
Buy a new one!! Don’t be CrAzY!
Esoterica (host) 12:14:28 PM
my best interest?
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:15:09 PM
I went to your institutional learning facilities?!?
Esoterica (host) 12:15:24 PM
yeah so good
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:16:30 PM
I am EVIL. She really sees me. Awwww
Esoterica (host) 12:17:04 PM
i see you, mr. m hahaha
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:17:16 PM
Ha ha ha ha!
Esoterica (host) 12:18:42 PM
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:18:52 PM
Dang! Thanks for Part 2!
Esoterica (host) 12:19:13 PM
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:20:05 PM
Wow! All these BANGERS! Not in Part 1! Amazing!
Esoterica (host) 12:20:22 PM
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:21:19 PM
Esoterica (host) 12:22:12 PM
mr. intellectual here!
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:23:07 PM
Silly. And, yes. Very pretentious!
Esoterica (host) 12:23:19 PM
me, too! great minds
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:23:56 PM
Did you see that Reddit? About WPRB being pretentious?!? So funny.
Esoterica (host) 12:24:20 PM
oh no! must check out
Esoterica (host) 12:24:42 PM
i am the antithesis of pretense
Esoterica (host) 12:25:27 PM
hey mr. m, i am sorry didn't get abe vigoda going tof r today but dowalloaded them and they are great! thx for letting me know about them
Esoterica (host) 12:25:53 PM
jeez, i am the woooorrrssst typer in the chat. you get what I am saying tho
Esoterica (host) 12:26:07 PM
abe vigoda for next week
the_dude 12:27:14 PM
Better late than never! Happy Thanksgiving everybody
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:27:25 PM
Swell! Thanks, YOU!
the_dude 12:27:39 PM
If it makes you feel better mr.m I did check out she vigoda myself after your suggestion
Esoterica (host) 12:27:55 PM
happy thanksgiving, dude!
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:28:00 PM
Hi, the_dude! Happy Thanksgiving!
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:28:07 PM
David Shortell 12:28:48 PM
I saw 45 Grave eleven years ago at the Brighton Bar. I looked out of place in that Goth crowd; with my white shirt, adjustable cap, dungarees and tool belt (I admit I planned it that way).
David Shortell 12:28:51 PM
I loved that Fishbone EP when I bought it in 1985 (I discovered them on the Peter Zaremba-hosted program “IRS Presents The Cutting Edge”). Everything that followed from that group disappointed me though.
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:29:00 PM
What did you think, the_dude?
Esoterica (host) 12:29:30 PM
hi, david, happy thanksgiving!
Esoterica (host) 12:29:59 PM
you have seen some cool shows, david! always great stories.
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:30:11 PM
That was a fun track with PERRY FARRELL! Nifty!
Esoterica (host) 12:30:15 PM
and mr. m, that red scare person is WRONG! WPRB is the bEST!
Esoterica (host) 12:30:26 PM
Esoterica (host) 12:30:32 PM
shy saxon!
Esoterica (host) 12:30:37 PM
David Shortell 12:30:52 PM
Who sang that Redd Kross track? Twelve-year-old Steve?
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:31:00 PM
Haha, you always seemed GOTH to me, David Shortell!!
Esoterica (host) 12:31:19 PM
i believe, david, it was 12 year old steve.
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:32:20 PM
Want me to remove that link, DJ Esoterica? Not push his rude agenda??
the_dude 12:32:46 PM
Well I liked the track skeleton, maybe named after you? Lol
Esoterica (host) 12:32:48 PM
no that is fine. i am fascinated. i find it funny.
the_dude 12:33:08 PM
And wow is that really about prb? Great find mr.m
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:33:11 PM
Who does the candlelight monologue???
the_dude 12:33:16 PM
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:33:45 PM
That was from DJ Dante and dj tom !!
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:34:22 PM
I think it’s a male DJ??
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:34:42 PM
The candlelight monologue bit
Esoterica (host) 12:34:44 PM
i promise not to put you asleep!
the_dude 12:34:50 PM
I mean I feel the love in the review
Esoterica (host) 12:34:55 PM
to sleep! grammar, eso, grammar
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:34:56 PM
the_dude 12:35:03 PM
They still listen 🤷‍♂️
Esoterica (host) 12:35:10 PM
right, dude
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:35:26 PM
Doesn’t say they are new member?!?
the_dude 12:35:59 PM
We all enjoy in our own way. Oh, are we still doing. LA or California more broadly?
Esoterica (host) 12:36:45 PM
the_dude 12:36:56 PM
Last week you played Dr. Demento right? Now do the Dr. Demento institutionalized cover lol
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:37:05 PM
Yes, WestSiiidddeee Part 2!
the_dude 12:37:15 PM
Gotchya, I'll save my Cali picks for another show
Esoterica (host) 12:38:02 PM
give em to me. i taped today's show but I can use next week!
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:39:13 PM
California! Part 3!
the_dude 12:39:18 PM
Well bjm just announced their tour and they kick it off in Philly, so I've been jonesin for some Jonestown massacre
the_dude 12:39:27 PM
And they're from San Francisco
the_dude 12:40:02 PM
Also, tequila and kombucha? Makes for a pretty good combo!
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:40:46 PM
Oh yeah, LOST ANGELS for music from Los Angeles! 🖤💀
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:41:25 PM
Esoterica (host) 12:41:54 PM
yes, mr. m. is this song about you;)
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:42:15 PM
How rude! YES.
Esoterica (host) 12:42:19 PM
Brian Jonestown Massacre, yes!
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:42:25 PM
Esoterica (host) 12:42:33 PM
haha, jk, mr. m.
Ambrose Hughes 12:42:53 PM
Good afternoon Esoterica!
Esoterica (host) 12:43:15 PM
good afternoon, Ambrose!
Esoterica (host) 12:43:23 PM
happy thanksgiving day!
Ambrose Hughes 12:43:58 PM
Thanks, back atcha!
David Shortell 12:45:03 PM
Red Cross were made to change their name to Redd Kross--just as Salvation Army had to change their name to Three O’Clock, and Captain America to Eugenius. Kraft Heinz made Green Jello respell their name as Green Jellÿ (Did Jello Biafra ever get sued by Kraft Heinz too?). Threats by the tissue manufacturer made the Swiss group Kleenex become Liliput (The spelling differed slightly from that in Jonathan Swift’s novel, maybe to avoid further lawsuits from the tiny denizens of that nation).
Ambrose Hughes 12:45:04 PM
Hi MrMalcom, I mean Malcontent!
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:46:38 PM
David Shortell with the funniest shiz
DSM 12:46:39 PM
Happy Thanksgiving everybody! I have WPRB playing over the dog show, making some dishes. BJM talk, Warlocks are another great LA psych band from that era, and Dead Meadow and Entrance transplanted from DC and MD I believe? Also always loved HEALTH. LA pt 3, 4, 5......
Esoterica (host) 12:46:58 PM
Great back info, there, david! i forgot about salvation army (the band!)
Esoterica (host) 12:47:07 PM
happy thanksgiving, dsm!
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:47:12 PM
Hi, Ambrose Hughes! Happy Tofurkey Day!
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:47:39 PM
Playlist spoiler alert!
Esoterica (host) 12:47:40 PM
perf suggestions, dsm!
Esoterica (host) 12:47:49 PM
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:48:00 PM
DSM! Happy Day to you!
Ambrose Hughes 12:48:31 PM
I bought the very first Bangles 45.
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:48:37 PM
Esoterica (host) 12:48:55 PM
aw that is sweet, ambrose.
Esoterica (host) 12:49:04 PM
crushing on susanna hoffs?
DSM 12:49:11 PM
David Shortell that is excellent info, I also think Jennifer's version of Royal Trux had to change an album named Western Exterminator, remember that billboard, and Steven Malkmus had to change and album called LA Guns, too similar too the Gun Club if I remember correctly
Esoterica (host) 12:49:13 PM
it's ok, everyone did/does
DSM 12:49:33 PM
Happy Day to you as well ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ!
Ambrose Hughes 12:49:41 PM
Was instantly smitten with Susanna Hoffa.
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:49:52 PM
Esoterica (host) 12:49:59 PM
did you know she went to UC Berkeley. smart girl!
Ambrose Hughes 12:50:04 PM
*Hoffa Ha!
Esoterica (host) 12:50:11 PM
right, lol
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:50:37 PM
Ambrose Hughes 12:51:09 PM
Tried to correct that twice, damn spellcheck!😡
Esoterica (host) 12:52:04 PM
happens to me all the time!
Ambrose Hughes 12:52:05 PM
Nope, wasn't aware she went there.
Esoterica (host) 12:52:16 PM
me neither until recently
Esoterica (host) 12:52:23 PM
coughing alert!
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:52:35 PM
Poor Lady!!
Esoterica (host) 12:53:04 PM
aw thx for the sympathy:)
Ambrose Hughes 12:54:09 PM
Slippery Elm will cure that tickle.
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:54:50 PM
DJ Esoterica, do you talk before going on mic? I think I would so a squeak or weird noise wouldn’t happen on air.
Esoterica (host) 12:54:51 PM
i need to get some tea with that in it. thx so much!
Esoterica (host) 12:55:24 PM
like a real thespian, mr. m! go through some viocal scales
Esoterica (host) 12:55:31 PM
good idea!
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:55:35 PM
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:55:51 PM
I was looking for DJ secrets
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:57:01 PM
I like this nice selection tho!
Ambrose Hughes 12:57:29 PM
This is soothing music, drink some of this!😏
DSM 12:58:10 PM
This sounds like Thanksgiving if that makes sense
the_dude 12:58:26 PM
It makes sense to us dsm
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 12:58:33 PM
From the Turkey high
David Shortell 12:58:36 PM
I never saw the Bangles, but I did see their first bass player Annette Zilinskas in her group Blood on the Saddle when they played at Rutgers University’s Scott Hall in 1987. Several underground rock shows were presented at that humble lecture hall in the late Eighties, but I only recently learned that the Velvet Underground played Scott Hall in 1966!
Ambrose Hughes 12:58:53 PM
MrM.💀, STILL?!👀😄😄😄
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 1:00:31 PM
Esoterica (host) 1:00:52 PM
hey guys! i have to head out to get on the road to grandma's house! have a warm nd wonderful Thanksgiving. Thx for stopping by
Esoterica (host) 1:01:11 PM
hope you enjoy the rest of the show.
Ambrose Hughes 1:01:38 PM
Thanks Esoterica, safe travels!
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 1:01:48 PM
Have a great day, DJ Esoterica! Thanks for the awesome show! Kind regards to you, Lady!
Esoterica (host) 1:02:10 PM
thank you kindly, mr. m
Esoterica (host) 1:02:17 PM
you too!
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 1:02:24 PM
Cheers to all the Dears, especially those with Big Jive Turkey Ears !!
DSM 1:02:31 PM
Later everyone, have a great day, and thanks Esoterica!
Esoterica (host) 1:02:35 PM
thanks, ambrose, david, dsm, dude, bri, et al.
Esoterica (host) 1:02:46 PM
have fun and be safe!
David Shortell 1:03:05 PM
I got to see Sky Saxon a few times, lastly at the 2005 Fuzz Ball at Asbury Lanes. Sky died on the same date as Farrah Fawcett and Michael Jackson.
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 1:03:29 PM
Debbie Downer!!
Esoterica (host) 1:03:39 PM
wow, david.
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 1:04:03 PM
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 1:04:22 PM
Esoterica (host) 1:04:37 PM
ha, mr. m! ok i am really going now! catch ya on the flip side, r more specifically next Thursday for a full chat!
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 1:04:37 PM
see what I did there???
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 1:04:49 PM
Esoterica (host) 1:04:49 PM
aw she was one:)
-ᎷяMΔᏞᏨØИᎢΞNᎢ-💀 1:04:55 PM
Esoterica (host) 1:04:56 PM
Esoterica (host) 1:05:01 PM
bye bye